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from the Althorp Estate in England, the ancestral home of the Spencer
family, comes this award-winning exhibition celebrating the life
and work of Diana, Princess of Wales.
display will be authentic memorabilia and film footage from Diana's
childhood and her adult life, a collection of 28 dresses from her
public engagements including her resplendent royal wedding gown,
original jewels, artifacts, paintings and more.
miss your last chance to see this engagement before it returns to
its home in Althorp. This exhibition is a rare and intimate glimpse
into the life of the Princess who lives forever in the hearts of
millions around the world.
Ten percent of the retail price of products sold at the Exhibition will go to projects supported by the Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Fund. In addition, AEI and FIM have selected All Children's Hospital, Pinellas Association for Retarded Children and Abilities to receive support in their charitable endeavors.
production of Arts and Exhibitions International in association
with the Althorp Estate and the Althorp Charitable Trust.
THEY ARE SAYING
ALTHORP – WHERE
IT ALL BEGAN
Some facts about the Princess of Wales
funeral, at Westminster Abbey on September 6, 1997, was broadcast
to more than 60 countries and had an estimated 2.5 billion viewers.
image appeared on the cover of People magazine 44 times, Times and
Newsweek 7 times each and on the cover of Maclean's 12 times; all
these issues sold out.
June 1997, at the suggestion of Prince William, the Princess gave
79 dresses to be auctioned off in New York, raising $7 million for
cancer and AIDS charities.
Diana's father was a gifted amateur photographer and filmmaker -
he took many of the images in the exhibition.
Mandela is the only person other than family members to have visited
the island where Diana is buried.
has stored over 30,000 condolence books received from around the
world, containing over 1 million messages of sympathy.
Althorp Estate profits from Diana, A Celebration will be directed
by the Fund to benefit communities living with the legacy of landmines,
cluster bombs and other explosive remnants of war through Mines
of the retail price of products sold at the Exhibition will go to
projects supported by the Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Fund.
Tickets are $19.50 for adults, $15.50 seniors (62+), military personnel, $9.50 for museum members, $9 for children 7-12, kids six and under free.
Buy Tickets Online
Groups (15 or more) $14.50
School Groups $ 6.00 - one free chaperone with group of 10 – school groups only
- bus drivers are free
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Adult (13-61) $ 5.50 FIM Members $ 5.00
Children (under 13),
Seniors, Military, Groups (15 or more) $ 4.50
School Groups $ 3.00
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